News from St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

HAPPY EASTER!
Easter Sunday, April 12

We will refrain from in-person church services for now.
The Rt. Rev. Carlye J. Hughes will celebrate and preach on Easter Sunday.
Find out about it on the Diocese website.

Easter Bulletins of the Bishop’s service, are available in the outdoor chapel.

Pastoral Care Needed?

If you have a pastoral care need, please reach out to the parish by phone or e-mail. The messages are checked regularly. In an emergency you may contact one of the Wardens directly: Beth Abrahamson #201-391-4960 or Ann Hirsch #551-404-2396. They will connect you with a priest if needed.

Help is Available

Volunteers at St. Paul’s Church are ready to assist, if you need help during this time (shopping or other things).  Please reach out to the church office by phone or e-mail to let us know.

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Pledges

Pledge or offering envelopes can be left in the milk box outside the sacristy door or mailed to the church office.  Thank you for your support.

Outdoor Chapel

Anytime during the week, you are invited to visit the outdoor chapel to sit, reflect, and pray.  While you are there please take a walk through the Memorial Garden to pay your respects and admire the lovely Daffodils. As always, please remember to practice social distancing and follow the CDC safety guidelines.

Easter Bulletins of the Bishop’s service, are available in the outdoor chapel.

Photos provided by Hank Henninger.  Thank you.

Lenten Cross

This year St. Paul’s is celebrating its 125th Anniversary and for Lent we are reviving an old tradition from our 125-year history. The wooden cross pictured here is full of drilled holes-it is more than seventy years old and has been stored in our attic for many years. In the past it was used most often by having each hole filled with a flower to produce a flowering cross. It was also used to learn a Bible Verse during Lent. Click here to learn more.     Adult Verses     Children Verses

Tri-Boro Food Pantry
Immediate Need:  canned fruit, canned tuna, macaroni and cheese, all pasta, oatmeal, pancake mix,  dried legumes in a bag, peanut butter, jelly, meal in a can like chef boyardee.  All non-perishable items are welcomed.

Please bring your donations directly to the food pantry.  You may call, #201-573-9083 with any questions.  Or mail in a gift to 65 Pascack Rd, Park Ridge.  Please check expiration dates.  Thank you.  Tri-Boro website
D9 Lenten Outreach Project

This Lent, District 9 will be collecting money for North Porch Women & Infants’ Centers. Each parish is hoped to collect $500.  Please make checks payable to St. Paul’s Church and include “D9” on the memo line.  Click here for more information.

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Just Breathe Out

In this time of high anxiety, knowledge and availability of my book, Just Breathe Out-Using Your Breath to Create a New, Healthier You, is so very important. So I’ve provided St. Paul’s Church with the e-book versions for your use. Please contact the church so they can e-mail it to you.  I give them away freely and welcome you to do the same.
Happy trails,
Betsy

Betsy Thomason, Founder/CEO
OutBreath Institute
551-265-7561
Author: Just Breathe Out-Using Your Breath to Create a New, Healthier You 
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Fish & Chips by Tastefully British

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Saturday, April 18th, 5-7pm, $18 each, eat in or take out, fish or chicken tenders. For tickets or reservations please call Jim Rahal #201-376-3127. Thank you.

Transition Note

The Transition Process can take a minimum of 18-24 months. St. Paul’s is in the Separation and Planning Stage during which we are encouraged to reflect on the past and dream about where the future will lead us. This time is an opportunity to see where God calls us to go and should be looked on as a gift.

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Submissions to Bulletin and Newsletter

All submissions need to be received in the church office by Monday night to ensure inclusion in the next Thursday newsletter & Sunday bulletin.  Thank you.

WORSHIP
Assisting in our Worship 

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PLEASE BE CAREFUL THAT YOU ARE LOOKING AT THE CORRECT DATE OF SERVICE.  THIS LIST IS FOR NEXT SUNDAY, OVER A WEEK AWAY.

Service Schedules
2020 service schedules with the latest revisions:
ONGOING
Paterson Men’s Shelter

Volunteers are always needed to help prepare and serve dinner at the shelter for homeless men located at St. Paul’s Church in Paterson. Please speak with Jon Felz for more info. A sign up sheet is in the Ed. Bldg.

What is the Youth Group?

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We are 5th – 12th grade boys & girls (parishioners and not!), that get together once a month for activities that foster fellowship, outreach, and good ol’ fashioned socialization! We play games, we communicate in an open environment, we play more games, eat pizza and the evening passes by quite quickly. We hope you’ll join us at our meetings. Feel free to invite friends. Watch the Sunday bulletin for our schedule & events.
 
Click here to learn more about St. Paul’s Youth Group.

Pay it Forward

The St. Paul’s Outreach Mission’s Pay It Forward program has started.  We are asking for our parish families or individuals, to reach into their hearts and discover ways to give back. The choices are endless. The Outreach Program shares $25 with those who are planning to participate in this amazing endeavor. If you have any questions, I’ll be at coffee hour or contact me, at 201-803-9842, thank you, Paul Dixon.  Flyer

Recycling Collection Box

Elaine Hinsch will be collecting recyclable plastic bags/wrappings in the collection box found in the Education building.  Please see the attached flyer for a detailed list of the types to things to donate.   Recycling Flyer

Transition Questions/Concerns

You are welcome and invited to contact the office with any questions/concerns pertaining to our church and the transition.  We will connect you with the Wardens and Vestry.

Also, please review our Update letters.  They are an additional resource to keep up-to-date on the Transition progress.

Update #1     Update #2     Update #3     Update #4     Update #5     Update #6

Tri-Boro Food Pantry
Requests:  Easter Dinner items.

Please leave your donations in the basket found in the narthex.  Or mail in a gift to 65 Pascack Rd, Park Ridge.  Please check expiration dates.  Thank you.  Tri-Boro website
Sunday Morning Teen Group
Meets some Sundays at 10am during the school year. We are always looking for more members. Any teens 7th grade through high school are welcome to join.  To be included in Teen Group communications, please send your e-mail address to John Looes, jslooes@gmail.com.
St. Paul’s Nursery School Notice
Registration begins in January for the 2020-2021 school year.  Click Here.
We offer 3 & 5 day classes for young 3s, 3 & 4yr olds.  We have extended hours before & after school as well.  We always strive to adapt our program to the ever changing needs of the Nursery School families.  The school was established in 1969 as part of St. Paul’s Church and continues to serve the community by providing an excellent kindergarten readiness program.

If you or a neighbor or friend would like more information about our program or to arrange a personal tour, please call Lisa Skoglund @ 201-391-3860.

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St. Paul’s has a Facebook page
Please look for “St. Paul’s Episcopal Church” in Facebook and share or like our events and posts.  And if you are organizing a church or community event, please share to the St. Paul’s Facebook page.  Thank you.          Link
Education for Ministry(EFM)

Helping Christians understand, enjoy and live the faith they love.  Learn more at www.efm-newark.com

MEMORIAL OPPORTUNITIES
Sunday Altar Flowers & Bread

Memorialize the Sunday altar flowers or bread.  Sign-up on the board in the rear of the church.  Your name and your memorial will be printed in the bulletin on the Sunday you choose.

Flower Memorials – please donate $50 for the cost of the flowers.

Bread Memorials – please deliver an unsliced loaf of bread to the sacristy prior to the 10am service on the date of your memorial.
Memorial Garden
Information about the Memorial Garden can be found in the links below.  Paper copies are in the narthex.

 April 2017:  Renovation Brochure & Donation Card

Those Interred at St. Paul’s (2019 Necrology)

FUNDRAISER
Grocery Gift Cards
Please purchase grocery gift cards for Kings, ShopRite & Wegmans.  They can be purchased from Jim Rahal or Lisa Johnson.  These businesses make a 5% per dollar donation to St. Paul’s Church.  Thank You.
CONTACT US

OFFICE HOURS
most Tue – Thu mornings

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4 Woodland Road, Montvale, NJ 07645

CHURCH DIRECTORIES
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Please notify the church office with changes.



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